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Question: I am 26 months pregnant i have got cold n sneezing is there any remedy for that
There are certain medicine that are safe during pregnancy
Consult your gynaclogist with the same
Following are the home remedies that would help you with cold and cough
Have one raw garlic with honey every 3-4 hours garlic is a power House against cold and cough
Gargle with salt water solution or apple cider vinegar solution to help you with sore throat
Include raw onion in your daily diet or salads they help keep respiratory tract open
Sip on ginger Tulsi or ginger lemon green tea it is rich in antioxidants as well as will help you soothe your throat too
Breathing warm humid air shall help loosen congestion you may run a humidifier or use facial steamer to loosen mucus add a few drops of eucalyptus oil to it to ease breathing.
Get lost of rest and water you need both to recover when you are striken with cold or cough
Question: hello my baby is four months old my baby got eczima is there any home remedy for it ??
Answer: Hello dear
Eczema can show up as red, crusty patches on your baby's skin, often during their first few months. It’s common and very treatable. Many infants outgrow it.
It shows up as patches of red or dry skin. The skin is almost always itchy and rough, too.
Babies can get the condition just about anywhere on their body. Most often, it affects their cheeks and the joints of their arms and legs.
Remedies for eczema:
1. Apply moisturiser
2. Take a lukewarm bath
3. Use mild, unscented body and laundry soaps.
4. Use soap only where your baby may be dirty, such as the genitals, hands, and feet. Simply rinse off the rest of your child's body.
5. Pat skin dry Don't rub.
6. To avoid the irritation of clothing rubbing on the skin, your child should wear loose clothes made of cotton.
Question: Is there any exercise for four months pregnant
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy and all the best for your motherhood.
Most exercises are safe to perform during pregnancy, as long as you exercise with caution and do not overdo it. The safest and most productive activities are swimming, brisk walking, indoor stationary bicycling and low-impact aerobics (taught by a certified aerobics instructor). However you'll have to consult your gynecologist before doing any kind of excersices.
Hope this information was helpful.